The Seven Hills School, in Cincinnati, Ohio, is seeking an energetic, experienced, and team-oriented eighth grade full-time math teacher for a position that starts August 15, 2022. The position involves teaching five sections of algebra and geometry. Math classes are taught in ability groups, approximately 16 students in each section. Teachers have access to extensive technological tools, in a one-to-one iPad environment.
Candidates must possess an excellent understanding of theoretical and applied algebraic and geometry skills and the ability to communicate this knowledge effectively and enthusiastically. They must have experience with project-based learning and the use of technology in the classroom. Candidates must understand and have empathy for the development of adolescents, should be knowledgeable about appropriate curriculum and materials, and should be able to work well with able and highly motivated students as well as students with learning differences. The position requires energy, creativity, organization, and a strong commitment to a lively community of students and educators.
An equal opportunity employer, Seven Hills values diversity, equity, and inclusion, and encourages candidates with diverse backgrounds to apply.
Candidates should send applications to Andi Guess, administrative assistant to the Head of School, at email@example.com or mail materials to Andi Guess at The Seven Hills School, 5400 Red Bank Road, Cincinnati, OH 45227. Full applications should include a cover letter (mentioning you are a CS&A candidate, if applicable), resume, three letters of recommendation, and a copy of university transcripts.
Applications accepted through February 15, 2022, unless filled sooner. Interviews being conducted on a rolling basis.
The Seven Hills School is a nonsectarian, co-educational day school in Cincinnati, Ohio. The largest non-church-affiliated independent school in Ohio, Seven Hills enrolls 1,016 students throughout the system, with 437 in our elementary division, 239 in middle and 340 in upper. Traditionally, 100% of our graduating class attends four-year colleges; the mid-range of SAT scores for graduating seniors is 1810 - 2120, and traditionally 75% of the class are recognized as AP Scholars. The school’s economic and geographic base is broad, and we are proud to serve a range of students.